Headline March 19, 2018/ '' ' GLOBAL STUDENTS GLORIES ' ''



The World Students Society couples and shares 'your ever growing grief and shock', with the very hospitable, kind, caring and loving citizens of your very beautiful  country.'

''Please accept our profound condolences. Our hearts go out to you, the victims and their families and  humanity.'

''Great Things Must be attempted, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, and only great things done.''

'NO PLANET B' : Global students demo for climate kicks off.........

THOUSANDS of young students marched through cities in Asia Friday, kicking off a global day of students protests that aims to spark world leaders into action on climate change.

Classrooms in capitals from Lagos to London are expected to be empty, as the ambitious organisers of the global student strike aim to stage 1,000 demos in more than 100 countries.

Students flooded into the streets in Wellington, Sydney, Bangkok and Hong Kong carrying placards that read : ''There is no Planet B''. ''You're destroying our future'' and  ''If you don't act like adults, we will.

Abigail O''Regan, 20, who was marching in Wellington, told AFP : ''This is young people taking the    reins and realising that they do have people power, that's really awesome.''

In Sydney, 18-year-old  Edward Gay called for ''100 percent renewable energy'', arguing ''that is the only way we're going to be saving lives in this country and all over the world.''

Fellow protester Charles Rickwood, 18, warned that if nothing is done, Australia's famous Great Barrier Reef could be destroyed.

''Especially if current trends in the environment continue, we'll see the one, two degrees increase in our ocean then it will simply become unsustainable and we could lose the entire Great Barrier Reef,'' he told AFP.

Parents of students in Christchurch in New Zealand were warned not to collect them from the city centre during the lockdown after two crowded mosques were targeted in a mass shooting.

Green Political Activists : The worldwide protests were inspired by Swedish teen activist Greata  Thunberg, who came out in front of parliament in Stockholm last year to demand action from world leaders on global warming.

''We are only seeing the beginning,'' tweeted Thunberg, who has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for her activism.

''I think that change is on the horizon and the people will stand up for their future.'' However, they have attracted mixed reactions from politicians.

The Honor and Serving of the latest global Operational  Research on Climate Change and Protests continues.

With respectful dedication to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand, Grandparents, Parents, Students, Professors and Teachers, and then the world.

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